Jo Schlesser was a successful sports car and GT driver. He drove in three Formula One races, the 1966 and 1967 German Grand Prix in F2 spec cars and the 1968 French Grand Prix in which he was killed in the Honda RA302.
From the globally renowned Concours d’Elégance to the presentation of the Club Trophy, this year’s Salon Privé is set to be another unforgettable celebration of the very best that the motoring world has to offer.
Designed, engineered and built by Turin-based Manifattura Automobili Torino, the spectacular New Stratos will be one of a number of stunning new cars debuting at this year’s Salon Privé and with just 25 being built, it will be a very rare sight
Graham Hill made his F1 debut at the 1958 Monaco Grand Prix. He qualified in 15th but retired in the race.
Maurice Trintignant won the 1958 Monaco Grand Prix in a Cooper-Climax. Tony Brooks was on pole in his Vanwall but retired with engine problems. Luigi Musso and Peter Collins were second and third in their Ferrari's